mcclain, virginia, and oxycontin just sort of flooded, flooded our town. and we used it -- or i used it a lot. and eventually, you know, i started -- somehow i started dealing drugs, i started, i was this ox i con tin drug dealer before -- oxycontin drug dealer before i even knew it, and, you know, started going through withdrawals of the drug. you know, the people started cracking down on oxycontin use, and it was harder to find. someone was like, hey, man, heroin is -- all of a sudden we were scientists or something. they're like it's only a couple molecules away from oxycontin, man, it's really not that different. [laughter] and i was like, okay, a couple molecules is nothing, yeah, i'll do that. and, you know, that night i shot, shot up heroin, and i remember, i remember the same moment, i kept having these moments of did i just shoot up heroin? like, what is going on? i need to stop.